Bullying is a common concern among parents. Rightfully so, as statistics show that almost all kids are affected by bullying because they either are the bully, are being bullied, or have witnessed bullying. As parents, we want to help but are often uncertain about what constitutes bullying, what to advise our kids, and how to intervene. Also, kids often don’t tell adults it’s occurring because of their beliefs about the consequences associated with “telling,” so more often than not we are unaware of a bullying situation. This scenario has helped to perpetuate an environment in our communities that inadvertently fosters bullying. New research and learning shows that the impact of bullying on kids is significant and life lasting. In this seminar, participants will learn what they can do to help make things better for the kids in our lives.
A 1-hour instructor led training session that combines lecture elements with a variety of engaging elements like Q&A, group discussion, as well as polling and chat functionality when delivered virtually.